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Synonyms for deodorant

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a toiletry applied to the skin in order to mask unpleasant odors

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Mills does not believe that consumer interest in fitness particularly benefits deodorant innovation, "as (deodorants) are inherently targeted towards occasions when consumers are most prone to sweating and body odor," she maintains.
5 May 2017 - US-based middle market investment banking firm Headwaters MB advised deodorant manufacturer French Transit on its sale of Crystal natural mineral salt deodorant brand to private equity firm Juggernaut Capital Partners, the bank said.
AXILLA DEODORANT PASTE, however, I find works as well as any rival brand I've tried.
consumers away from sprays and to wet gel stick deodorants instead.
Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the Deodorants industry in Sweden with research from Euromonitor's team of in-country analysts.
This antibacterial deodorant liquid cream roll-on is great for sensitive skin thanks to certified Organic Aloe Vera, sunflower oil and skin protecting vitamin E.
There are, of course, natural deodorants available in stores.
Throw out your current deodorant and give this one a try.
PRODUCT: Bionsen Japanese Spa Minerals Roll-on deodorant, pounds 1.
One in six British men are turning their noses up at deodorants, according to TNS Worldpanel data revealed exclusively to The Grocer this week.
I READ recently that deodorants can cause breast cancer and now I'm terrified.
Worried by recent reports linking deodorants and breast cancer?
A new claim that using deodorants might be linked to breast cancer has been made by an American scientist, it was reported yesterday.
None of my deodorants work, even when I use the strongest smelling ones.
The team added to deodorants a chemical called butylated hydroxytoluene, which releases iron bound in sweat, and diethylenetriamine pentaacetic acid.